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to gain from the same sex marriage laws that will be in the books come the new year. >>> thank you for joining us on this thursday morning. you may have received something this christmas that may be wasn't your style. maybe it didn't fit right or it could have been just plain bad. before you hit the mall and return it. listen to this. karin caifa explains some gift return pitfalls. >> reporter: returning a gift seems like it should be a simple task. but with some items there can be some strings attached especially among some of the most popular gifts of the season. >> electronics are really tricky because there are restocking fees associated with electron i thinks, they're popular gifts this time of year. many retailers will charge you a little portion of the purchase price. 15%, 20% whether you've opened it or not. >> reporter: "consumer reports" recommends reviewing a retailer's return policy before heading to the mall and keeping the following in mind. gift receipts will make your transaction much easier. and some stores won't accept returns without one. not all purchases made o
until now you would get automatically. in 2007 the state legislature passed a law requiring all homeowners to submit an application. we had five -- we had a five- year grace period and now that's over, so you have to fill out that form. geb, the deadline is the 31st. >>> if you thought the stores were packed in the final days leading up to christmas, you may not want to go out today. shoppers are going to be back in the malls to return those unwanted gifts. also cashing in on those gift cards and despite the madness at those stores, retail sales are the weakest on record since 2008. >>> they are spending their christmas half a world away. >> yeah. coming up this morning at 5:00, how are you doing this morning? how some soldiers [ no audio ] the way. >>> we do have breaking news overnight. it was a tough night for the maryland state police in
is running out law makers are finger pointing about the lack of progress on averting tax hikes and deep spending cuts set to begin next month. a baltimore county officer is on administrative leave. we will tell you what police say happened behind a gas station that ended with a one man dead. and crisis averted. we made it beyond the end of the world predictions and now we learned we skirted another potential disaster. we will tell you about it ahead on this monday morning. christmas eve. thanks for joining us i am megan pringle. charley has the delay off -- day off but lynn yitette is here and it's a chilly start but no white christmas anyway. just cold. >> it's cold but we have a system he that's going to workits way in here. i am going to talk about that in a second budget talk yo talked about the cold temperatures and that's what we are seeing this morning. 26 degrees in perry hall and elkton at 25. 31 in bel air. really bundle up as you head out and about doing the last minute christmas shopping. do that dress in layers because when you get into the mall you will want to take it off
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